Two decades ago, the area was decidedly grittier, edgier and rougher – today it is the unrivaled creative hub of the East End. In fact, Old Street’s Silicon Roundabout is the third largest technology start-up cluster after San Francisco and New York City. Unlike Central London, Shoreditch’s art isn’t found in museums and galleries but in its streets and on its buildings. This is, after all, where the “hipster” took root, where Ping Pong was invented, and where the world’s first pop-up mall is changing the definition of shopping. And yet, even the most discerning foodies can indulge any craving, with award-winning and world-class options ranging from poutine to panang, from fairy-lit rooftops to secret speakeasies. With so many wonderful things to see, do, and eat here, it’s a wonder that we get anything done!
Our London office is located at 30 Churchill Place in Canary Wharf. For over 20 years, Canary Wharf has been THE work-live-play destination in London. From boardroom to bar, sushi spot to spin class, fresh art or fresh air, Canary Wharf has it all. With over 300 shops, cafes, bars & restaurants, a year-round events program, and an award-winning, free-to-visit public art collection – stroll, shop, sip, savour, stretch, and socialize.
Directions to London Office
You’ll find Churchill Place a short walk from the Canary Wharf Jubilee Line tube station and the Canary Wharf Docklands Light Rail (DLR) station. Drivers from the City and the West End can reach the office via the Limehouse Link Tunnel & The Highway, and from east and south London via the Blackwall & Rotherhite Tunnels.
The newly enhanced A13 also provides 3-lane access from the M25. You can park free for up to 3 hours at either of Canada Square Car Park (entrance on Montgomery Street / use E14 5EW for sat nav) or Jubilee Place Car Park (entrance on Bank Street / use E14 5NY for satnav).